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Old 07-27-2010, 04:09 PM
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Default Re: Rhino Lining the Interior

Yeah I hope not. Probably because it hadnt cured yet. It's already started to dry now and the smell is a lot smaller than what it was at first.

And this por-15 stuff, what is it exactly?
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Old 07-28-2010, 07:46 AM
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Default Re: Rhino Lining the Interior

It's pretty much all dired up now, just needs another day to completely cure. I did put the seats back in and take it for a short drive. The smell was noticable, but nowhere near being too strong. I did run with my windows open however. As far as sound dampening, it is a lot louder than when I had carpets in it, but I may fork out the cash for some large rubber mats and see how that goes. I might also put a coat or two of Herculiner down the line. This stuff seems a but too thin, and the herculiner has a more rubbery/grippier texture anyway.

But besides that, it's all good and should be a lot easier now to clean it out after mudding.
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